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There's a new Black Panther in town and on TV. Marvel Comics and BP writer Reggie Hudlin talked comics, previewed the upcoming Panther animated series and gifted fans with a New York Comic Con exclusive.
Hasbro's heavy hitters were the focus of IDW's panel, which included longtime "Joe" scribe Larry Hama and announcements regarding this summer's "Transformers" and "Joe" movie tie-ins.
With the help of a Hawaiian greeting, the folks at Aspen Comics woke a sleepy New York Comic Con Sunday morning crowd, with new news and teases of projects announced for 2009 and beyond.
Between offbeat anecdotes and fantasy comic picks, Disney previews its range of comics properties on the way from Gemstone, BOOM! Studios, Slave Labor Graphics and Hyperion Publishing.
During the NYCC Zuda Comics panel, DC's online imprint shared with their audience insider stories and various plans for 2009 with the help of its assembled creative roster, "flaming" text, an impromptu sketch and their mate from down under.
Just in time for Halloween, writer Harold Sipe unveils for CBR an exclusive first-look at the spook-tacular bonus story included in this October’s "Screamland" collection and "Proof" #13.
As a new hero takes up the mantle of El Diablo, the creative team of Nitz, Hester and Parks united Thursday for an in-store signing celebrating the debut of DC's new six-issue miniseries.
Fall Out Boy's Andy Hurley returns to lift the fog surrounding his perceived involvement with a Dabel Brothers-published FOB comic that died in production, saying quotes attributed to him in a Dabel Bros. press release were not his.
CBR chats with Fall Out Boy drummer Andy Hurley, who attended WWC strictly as a true fanboy. Hurley tells us about his favorite books, authors, the rumors of a FOB comic, and his thoughts on "celebrity comics."
Editor-in-Chief William Christiansen chugged Red Bull and teased 2009 at Avatar's hung-over Sunday morning congregation in Chicago, where he told fans to expect new work from Alan Moore next year.
A laid-back panel led by Wildstorm Comics editor Shannon Denton and featuring several Wildstorm creators gave WizardWorld Chicago ettendees a look ahead to the end of the world and beyond.
The former DD creative team of Bendis and Maleev take WizardWorld Chicago attendees back for a recap of what was great - and not-so-great - about their 5- year "Daredevil" run.